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Britt Baker wins the women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament

Britt Baker has surpassed seven other bracket competitors to become the inaugural winner of the women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament. During Sunday’s Double Or Nothing event, AEW aired the final match of the women’s tournament, featuring Ruby Soho and Britt Baker. Even after Soho put Baker into a Sharp Shooter, Baker managed to land counter after counter to get the win. After the match, Martha … Continue reading Britt Baker wins the women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament

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Jamie Hayter makes her return at AEW Rampage

UK women’s wrestling favorite Jamie Hayter has returned to AEW and is officially All Elite. Tonight, during the debut episode of AEW Rampage, AEW Women’s World Champion Britt Baker defended her title against Red Velvet in the main event. After the bell rang, chaos ensued: Baker continued the beating on Velvet, Kris Statlander came to Velvet’s rescue, and a mystery woman dressed in all black … Continue reading Jamie Hayter makes her return at AEW Rampage

Leyla Hirsch vs. Kamille will prove opening women’s Forbidden Door works

Earlier this year, during the a paid promotional spot on IMPACT Wrestling’s weekly show, the owner of All Elite Wrestling (AEW) Tony Khan answered the question “When is New Japan coming to AEW?” by stating that all he had to do was open “The Forbidden Door” (which, he said was himself), and that the door had been opened. And Khan certainly did open the door. … Continue reading Leyla Hirsch vs. Kamille will prove opening women’s Forbidden Door works

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Britt Baker wins AEW Women’s World title at Double Or Nothing

During tonight’s AEW pay-per-view Double Or Nothing, Britt Baker defeated Hikaru Shida to become the new AEW Women’s World Champion. At Blood and Guts, Baker’s pleas for a title opportunity were finally answered, after AEW announced Hikaru Shida would defend the AEW Women’s World Championship against Baker, who was ranked no. 1 on the AEW women’s rankings. Shida’s reign lasted 373 days. The joshi star won the title … Continue reading Britt Baker wins AEW Women’s World title at Double Or Nothing

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AEW Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament: US Preview

It has been almost 18 months since All Elite Wrestling (AEW) debuted Dynamite as its weekly flagship show. Expectations were high, and my own have largely been met. But the one area where they’ve lacked is with the women’s division, having settled into a “one match a week in the same time slot” formula that doesn’t work for me. My gripe is not with the … Continue reading AEW Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament: US Preview

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AEW reveals Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament bracket

Earlier this afternoon, via their YouTube channel, All Elite Wrestling revealed the completed AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament bracket. During the video, Tony Schiavone also announced that matches on both the Japan side and U.S. side of the bracket would start airing Monday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. EST on YouTube. A complete schedule was not given. Earlier this month, two matches for the … Continue reading AEW reveals Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament bracket

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AEW Games details upcoming video and mobile games

Tonight, AEW Games revealed new upcoming video and mobile games, providing sneak peeks of game play and merchandise. After the video announcement featuring Kenny Omega, Aubrey Edwards, Britt Baker, and Cody Rhodes as “Steve Jobs”, AEW sent the following press release: All Elite Wrestling Announces Launch of AEW GAMES — AEW’s Initial Gaming Offerings Feature Highly Anticipated Console Game and Two Mobile Games — November … Continue reading AEW Games details upcoming video and mobile games

AEW All Out

3 Takeaways From AEW All Out 2020

AEW All Out 2020 was an uneven show, to say the least. A particularly nasty-looking bump early in the night and some controversial decisions soured the company’s biggest pay-per-view of the year. However, the women’s division delivered on Saturday night.  At Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida, Britt Baker officially returned to action after she suffered a knee injury and underwent surgery to repair a deviated septum earlier this … Continue reading 3 Takeaways From AEW All Out 2020

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Britt Baker will return for AEW All Out

Britt Baker made an appearance on tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite, where she announced that she will return to action at All Out. Baker was initially scheduled to face Kris Statlander over the weekend at Double or Nothing. However, she suffered a knee injury last week which forced her to miss the company’s second pay-per-view event of the year. Penelope Ford replaced the self-proclaimed Role … Continue reading Britt Baker will return for AEW All Out

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3 Takeaways from AEW Double or Nothing

The second edition of AEW Double or Nothing took place last night at Daily’s Place and TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. On an eventful show featuring Mike Tyson, the women’s division was a highlight. This was actually the strongest showing from the company as both matches featuring women delivered. As a matter of fact, this was the first time that there were two singles women’s matches on an AEW … Continue reading 3 Takeaways from AEW Double or Nothing